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pregnancy test

[′preg·nən·sē ‚test]
(pathology)
Any biologic or chemical procedure used to diagnose pregnancy.
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For any couple that may be expecting this season, Clearblue pregnancy tests provide accurate results, no matter if you're in a crazy place or home for the holidays.
The Clearblue family of products includes the Clearblue Fertility Monitor, Clearblue Advanced Digital Ovulation Test, Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test, Clearblue Easy Ovulation Combination Pack, Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator, Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Smart Countdown, and Clearblue PLUS Pregnancy Test.
Gansler added other forms of cancer may also emit beta hCG, which may also cause a positive pregnancy test result.
This suggests that H-hCG is the molecule that should be optimally recognized by and used to calibrate home pregnancy tests.
If someone comes in for sterilisation we give them a pregnancy test a month beforehand.
In the new study, by researchers from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health in Baltimore, 19 percent of the teen-agers said they were getting a pregnancy test even though they did not think they were pregnant.
This heightened sensitivity to different hCG variants allows First Response[R] pregnancy tests to detect pregnancy as early as five days before a missed period.
In one patient with a positive pregnancy test and a normal transvaginal sonogram, the transabdominal scan showed that a prior appendectomy had pulled the right fallopian tube--where the ectopic pregnancy was--into the lower quadrant.
With its unique refillable system, Confirm Clearly offers excellent value compared to home pregnancy tests currently on the market.
Initial feasibility testing was done using quantum dot-infused pregnancy tests.
Eighty percent advise their patients that home pregnancy tests taken before the first day of their expected period are not as accurate as those taken on or after that day, and 72 percent advise their patients to wait until the first day of their expected period to test.
Church & Dwight manufactures First Response(R) and Answer(R) pregnancy tests and ovulation predictors and Integrity Pharmaceutical markets Duet(TM) by StuartNatal(R) prescription prenatal vitamins and Stuart Prenatal(R) over-the-counter prenatal vitamins.